Entries from November 2011
25 November 2011 - Ex-council boss 'says' something he didn't say
12 November 2011 - Creative wording following IAEA report about Iran
5 November 2011 - More Presumptions about Iran Nuclear Arms
3 November 2011 - Telegraph Headline calls for War
3 November 2011 - Democratic Referendum 'can't happen' with an EU bailout
30 November 2011 - Jon Sopel Makes Slanderous Generalisations about Occupy London
5 November 2011 - Justin Webb on the UK Border Agency
The IAEA report on the state of Iran's nuclear programme released on 9 November didn't quite present western governments with the doomsday scenario they had hoped for. The run-up to the report's publication became a platform for voices to be raised in the media calling for yet another war, as though...
Media Focuses on Drama Rather than Ideas at Occupy London
The Editors, 20 November 2011
On 13th November a peace vigil was held at the Occupy London camp at St. Paul's Cathedral, remembering the victims on both sides of the ongoing occupation of Afghanistan. The evening consisted of speeches, song, poetry, and a reading of the names of the dead, remembering British soldiers and Afghan civilians. Matthew...
Opinion on privatisation is divided – viewed by some as a mechanism to help big business at the expense of the taxpayer, and by others as the introduction of competition and a process of freeing public services from state control (often cited in the media as inefficient and expensive). Whatever the...
The Media Beats the War Drum for an Attack on Iran
Graham Bell, 4 November 2011
“Iran’s nuclear ambitions have already started a war with the west”, reads the headline of Julian Borger’s piece in the Guardian yesterday, in which he discusses operations of espionage and sabotage in Iran started by the Bush government in 2007. The headline would have you believe that Iran brought these acts...
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